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>> happy arbor day, everyone. we have a lot of volunteers from the richmond district center. i grew up in the california area, ended up at uc-davis. i made my way out to san francisco in 1984 when i was a college student. i remember growing up on clement street. i have always lived around in richmond area, just being around a unique area of the richmond, discovering san francisco in the 1980's. >> i am hoping we can not support small businesses like this because they are the unique character that makes neighborhoods like this so rich and lively to live in. >> i have also been active as a community organizer. i worked at the chinese progressive association. i also worked at the mental health center in the richmond district. i have always been passionate about civil rights, equality for everyone. i have a 10-year-old daughter, so having a girl has made me much more sensitive to gender equality issues. i guess i have always been vocal about my politics, but as a supervisor, i have to listen to other perspectives and making decisions. >> very soon there will be of much more seniors in t
are trying to turn their lives around. >> reporter: men and women in richmond stands in shocked of a shooting death of a man who just started to turn his life around >> this guy comes along and gets out the car and shoots this guy. >> she and about 20 years from richmond running around the neighborhood, when a man started shooting from a white suv >> when we got to close to 28th street, i heard pow pow and the other young men that was in front of me turned around and they start running the other way and i got behind the car. >> richmond richmond police say they received several 911 calls. two men were wounded and anothed . >> i had close contact with the young man. >> antwon says the -- hoping to become a better citizen and a better person. the group connected him to richmond. >> families trying to save lives and you know to change their lives and something like this magnitude to happen, it's a shame. >> police found an bonn suv closer to the scene, it was stolen out of oakland and police trying to determine if it's related to the shooting. in richmond, ktvu channel 2 n
in his mirror. the closer, kevin harvick, wins richmond. >> nice job, young man. good job. >> woo-hoo! way to go, boys! >> finally we got it right! good job, guys. >> there's a mess going on back here. >> tony stewart getting up and against kurt busch. >> a lot of emotion ear. a lot of temper. a lot of emotion. >> oh, yeah. >> a lot of aggressive. >> typical richmond. >> typical short track racing. they start with their tempers and fenders intact. and one man gets to burn down the house. >> it's not over just yet. >> look. >> been rubbing all night long. a little rubbing after the race. they're not hurting anything. >> tony stewart restarted up in the top five unofficially finishes 18th. let's see what happens here. >> he took stewart out of the groove. >> got up underneath and pushed him up the hill and everybody went by. >> cost four or five spots here. kenseth tries to come down track. get to the back bumper. >> no harm, no foul right there. he did get into allmendinger. matt was like i'm coming through. right here he pushes kurt up out of the groove. and he gets seventh and ku
for stronger oversight of chevron in light of last year's massive fire at richmond refinery. >>> governor jerry brown weighs the costs of overhauling the california environmental quality act. >>> and john myers reports on the governor's hopes of partnering with china in the fight against climate change. >> it is not just commerce that is moving through china to the west, it is air pollution and greenhouse gasses. >> coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm joshua johnson. welcome to "this week in northern california." the manhunt is over for a suspect accused of the attack on the boston marathon. police have arrested dzhokhar tsarnaev in a boston suburb. meanwhile, a boy from contra costa county is recovering from the bombing. a family of aaron hearn said he could be released from the hospital soon. >>> there is plenty to discuss. joining us are paul rogers, environmental writer for the san jose news. jaxon van derbeken, reporter for the san francisco chronicle. and emil guillermo, a blogger for the asian-american legal defense. welcome. immigrat
quickly online. >>> in richmond people are investigating a midday shooting that left one dead and two wounding as they took part in a jogging program. a gun man opened fire just after 11 a.m. a participant says they were completing a test of stamina when someone drove up and opened fire. the victim, according to all, was trying to turn his life around. the two men wounded are expected to survived. an abandoned suv was found. >> more information on the richmond build program. it helps lowe income families with job builds. the public private partnership provides for jobs in construction. 80% of the trainees are able to find work in their field. >>> san bruno police are searching for a man who robbed a chuck echeese around 3:30 yesterday and pulled out a hand gun and demanded money. the gun man grabbed the money and an out and got in a silver prius. >>> a soldier from san jose was killed in afghanistan. today the department of defense announced the 24- year-old was one of three killed saturday when enemy forces attack
. we call the richmond district the new chinatown in the 1980's at that time. just being around the tremendous unique neighborhood, and discovering san francisco in the 1980's as i grew up, but i also have been very active as a community organizer. i worked in chinatown, and some first jobs also at the mental health center in the richmond area multi services in the 1980's, and i was also a staff are at the chinatown youth center -- i was also a staffer. a lot of my work has been supporting community empowerment, especially in an immigrant and people of color communities. most recently, i have been teaching at san francisco state. i ran the immigrant rights coalition in the city in the 1990's for several years. i'm also an immigration attorney, and a lot of my passion is supporting in power met for immigrant communities in the city as well. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? supervisor mar: a lot of people bring this up, but is one of the most exciting, culturally diverse places in the world. learning about new cultures and people from different parts of the world, l
. la ciudad de richmond quiere dar una tarjeta de identificaciÓn, cuÉntanos claudia que tan cerca estÁ ese tiempo? >>> asÍ es. pareciera que cada dÍa este proyecto se acerca a la realidad, representantes de la alcaldesa creen que se puede concretar el prÓximo verano. veamos. >>> blachonda wait dijo que podrÍa a comenzar a emitirse el id municipal para residentes. >>> una vez que se finalice el contrato se necesitan 60 dÍas. asÍ que podria estar listos para finales de julio o agosto. y desde que implemento el programa a diario se reciben llamadas de personas que preguntan cuando se inplementarÁ, pues la mayorÍa de residentes consideran que serÁ una forma de salir del anonimato. >>> estarÍa bien. porque tiene uno con quÉ defenderse. >>> cuando caemos aquÍ estamos sin nada, con un papelito que lo ampare. >>> serÍa magnifico para nosotros, andarÍamos mÁs confiados en la misma ciudad. >>> ramÓn cardona dice que es tmomento que la gente que desea la tarjeta comience a prepararse. quien no tiene su acta de nacimiento que la mande a solicitar, quien estÁ de aarrimado que busqu
to resume full operations at its richmond refinery. the refinery has been at 60% of its capacity since a fire there eight months ago. cal osha says it believes the plant is safe to operate fully. critics disagree though and plan to raise their concerns at a joint senate meeting in richmond in about an hour. again channel 2 just learned the chevron refinery in richmond can resume normal operations. >>> whole foods says it expects to finish its new distribution center in richmond this month and start hiring people. the 117,000 square footwear house will be located in the point pin noll regional business park at giant highway and atlas road, while most of the workers will be transferred from the current operation in san francisco the company says it plans to hire 30 to 40 more people and will host a job fair april 19th at the courtyard by marriott in richmond. >>> today on ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 we have a team of reporters at today's home opener for the giants. from the ceremonial first pitch to the raising of the world championship flag along with highlights and reaction from the pl
operations at its richmond refinery. the refinery has been at 60% of its capacity since a fire there eight months ago. cal osha says it believes the plant is safe to operate fully. critics disagree though and plan to raise their concerns at a joint senate meeting in richmond in about an hour. again channel 2 just learned the chevron refinery in richmond can resume normal operations. >>> whole foods says it expects to finish its new distribution center in richmond this month and start hiring people. the 117,000 square footwear house will be located in the point pin noll regional business park at giant highway and atlas road, while most of the workers will be transferred from the current operation in san francisco the company says it plans to hire 30 to 40 more people and will host a job fair april 19th at the courtyard by marriott in richmond. >>> today on ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 we have a team of reporters at today's home opener for the giants. from the ceremonial first pitch to the raising of the world championship flag along with highlig
-- this can comes from frank and art mart which is actually an inner richmond institution. the practice conceptual themed art and i just love this idea. i want to promote spam. this poem is called numb and it's by jonathan greenal. the people stood quiet [speaker not understood], forging ideas, subjective. they needed worthless. they questioned the points, methods, mean and motive, the why's and wherefores. they deemed what seemed to be obvious, the elusive truth that had been there all along. [speaker not understood] no longer would they feel, numb. the most beautiful of words rolled off the tongue like rain off a roof, easily fed, easily felt, nothing at all, but numb. they moved once more, the cold night biting them. the wind bounced like weather off them. not once did it stir inside, not onces was the persian pierced by a smile nor a tear. they heard their hearts beat but did not feel the blood pump. they did not feel it push it to their organs or their brainses, instead it sat there and kept beat like a conductor without a seat. so easy, so easy not to cry nor moan, not to grieve
, thank you. >> ben and jeremy richmond. >> thank you, for having us today. thank you to the tech industry for coming to our aid. my name is jennifer hensel and this is my husband jeremy richmond, three months ago on december 14th, we lost our only child, daughter of 6 years aviel rose richmond. at the sandy hook elementary school shooting. on that day, mentally unstable gunman changed our lives and the lives of more than 25 other families in one of the worst ways imaginable. we are devastated. in the wake of our grief, and desperate to understand why someone would kill innocent children why someone would kill my child, we started the aveil foundation. jeremy and i are going to play to our strengths and answer the why. we are scientists and we see the world through an imp erical lens. we established the foundation to address the causes of violence through a focus on brain health. i want to start using this term brain health. because mental health is intangible. it comes with some degree of trepidation and stigma. but we know that there are real physical, manifestations within the brain tha
servicios gratuitos para personas de bajos recursos, tome nota, en concorde, en richmond tambiÉn, para mÁs informaciÓn visite nuestra pagina web. >>> y el bueno, mediante una carta abierta el senador patrick le contestÓ al senador marco rubio, y dijo que decidirÁ reprogramar una audiencia, pero que es urgente debatirla sin demoras. >>> bueno, y tambiÉn una manifestaciÓn para solicitar visas, el gobierno solo emite 85 mil al aÑo, pero estas no serÁn suficientes, lo que serÍa un indicador de la mejora de la situaciÓn economica del paÍs. >>> andrÉs smith fue detenido, por el tiroteo fuera de una estaciÓn de autobÚs. >>> en oakland, un conductor resultÓ herido gravemente cuando le dispararon, allÍ se saliÓ del camino y dio contra un terraplen, se investiga el caso. >>> en palo alto se estrellÓ otro vehÍculo, que era conducido por un anciano, que estaba ebrio, la vÍctima fue trasladada al hospital. >>> y el consejo de seguridad de richmond aprobÓ una iniciativa de ley que busca que personas que cumplieron una condena y busquen empleos puedan obtenerlos, y no ser rechazados s
a womens' volleyball program here at richmond rec center. it's progressing really nice. the ladies here really enjoy the exercise and the play and it's a lot of fun want this program is not for the faint at heart. it's really intense. the ladies come out. they are really going after it. they just love to play and compete. anyone can sign up. we're looking for more players. the women come from all over the city. we enjoy the program and we are getting people out to have fun in this beautiful city. >> rec and parks womens' volleyball program is available at richmond rec center. please visit us onli >> pilaties. it's a creation, an old regimen of exercise. really based on core engagement and core structure and core development. we do a lot of exercise in developing that and think about lengthening of the spine and our muscles. if you're a runner, if you're into kayaking, martial arts, cycling pilates are for you. >> programs are variety year around at various locations and to learn more come to the richmond athletic cente >> we love our parks, but we love... >> and the community
in the five-day forecast. >>> chevron confirmed today repairs at the richmond refinery are complete. new at 6, ktvu tom vacar joins us live from richmond. tom? >> reporter: what do you think? is this place ready? and is it safe? chevron just told regulators it wants to restart its crude unit. >> we were notified just this week that chevron was ready for us to conduct reviews. >> reporter: cal osha could allow chevron to reopen the unit as soon as tomorrow. with all of the work now done and regulatory approval imminent, we asked chevron, can we come into the refinery and show everyone the work that you've done? chevron's response? no. >> is the chevron refinery, in your view, safe and ready to open? >> no. >> reporter: the senior scientist for the consumer and labor advocacy group commented. >> chevron should have found and fixed all of the risks. they should have installed inherently safer, more corrosion resistant piping materials throughout the refinery. and they should have committed to using the least corrosive products. >> reporter: the director of the labor occupational health program a
right now, though, out of contra costa county where richmond police are at the scene of a fatal shooting. it happened just under an hour ago at 11:10 this morning on south 28th street and virginia avenue. newschopper2 is over the scene right now. police tell us that three people were shot, one died at the scene. two others have been rushed to the hospital. they are expected to survive. we are still gathering information right now. as we look, once again, over these live pictures of newschopper2, you can still see the yellow police tape on top of the screen and quite a few news crews. no information about what prompted this. as soon as we get more information, we'll bring that to you. >>> fleet week, won't be the same this year, now that the blue angels show has been canceled. we first mentioned this on today's "mornings on 2." new at noon, alex savidge joins us live with a rather family reason behind this change in plans. good afternoon, alex. >> reporter: good afternoon. federal budget cuts will keep the blue angels grounded for at least the rest of the year. they are used seeing the je
was gunned down on the tree of richmond. what we have learned about the city's latest homicide. i should be arrested for crimes against potted plant kind. [ clang ] my house is where plants came to die. but, it turns out all i was missing was miracle-gro potting mix. it's got what a plant needs like miracle-gro plant food that feeds them for up to six months. you get bigger, healthier plants, guaranteed. who's got two green thumbs thanks to miracle-gro? ah, this gal. boom! with the right soil, everyone grows with miracle-gro. >>> a 19-year-old man looking to improve his life is the latest gun victim in richmond. he was shot and killed in front of his father and brother. two other people were hurt in that shooting. the victims and about 20 other people were on south 28th street taking an agility test for the richmond build program. that is when a white suv drove up and a man started shooting. >> i heard pow pow pow. the other young man in front of me they turn around and run the other way. i got behind a car. >> minutes after the shooting, police found a stolen white suv that was abandone
home. >>> he was training for a new job when he was gunned down on the tree of richmond. what we have learned about the city's latest homicide. i should be arrested for crimes against potted plant kind. [ clang ] my house is where plants came to die. but, it turns out all i was missing was miracle-gro potting mix. it's got what a plant needs like miracle-gro plant food that feeds them for up to six months. you get bigger healthier plants, guaranteed. who's got two green thumbs thanks to miracle-gro? ah, this gal. boom! with the right soil, everyone grows with miracle-gro. >>> a 19-year-old man looking to improve his life is the latest gun victim in richmond. he was shot and killed in front of his father and brother. two other people were hurt in that shooting. the victims and about 20 other people were on south 28th street taking an agility test for the richmond build program. that is when a white suv drove up and a man started shooting. >> i heard pow pow pow. the other young man in front of me they turn around and run the other way. i got behind a car. >> mi
are asking that question tonight. one man is dead. 2 others injured in a shooting that happened in richmond on south 28 street and virginia avenue nick is on the story. >>reporter: just after 11:00 a.m. richmond police received self 911 calls and notification from shots fired 300 block of south 28 street. responding officers found 3 men had been shot. one killed by the bullet that hit him and 2 others lying wounded on the ground witness report seeing single male step out of a white suv. fires several shots before jumping back in the car and speeding away. >> there was a white suv type vehicle that was seen leaving the area at high rate of speed. information provide entered regards of possible license plate of the care. detectives soon find that suspect vehicle few block away and learn it had been reported stolen earlier from oakland. >> this is last day of the agility test that was going on today. that's why they were outside running. that's why they were running around. >>reporter: 3 men injured all attending an orientation program at richmond bill community base program help indi
over to the richmond and san rafael bridge eastbound, you will notice one lane open out there between the toll lazy and canal boulevard, the cones will be picked up at 6:00 a.m., on northbound highway nine the crash is leaving a lane blocked and we are seeing some delays in that area. >> 5:09. brace yourself for more airline fee hikes. the bloomberg business report is next. >> we are just under three hours away from a gathering of all five living presidents, an event bringing them together today is ahead. >> how much would you pay for a coffee date with a c.e.o. of apple? he is auctioning himself >> we have breaking news from bangladesh, the number of people killed in a building collapse is close to 200, jumping overnight to 194. authorities say many are still trapped and rescuers are working around-the-clock to reach them and police ordered the building to be evacuated the day before the collapse because of huge cracks that formed in the walls. that order was ignored. officials say 2,000 people were ordered to keep working. >> people living in a small next it is town will gather to h
ramirez. he was -- he spent lots of his life in the richmond district. but let me talk a little bit about his colorful and full life. mr. ramirez was a san francisco native who moved to el salvador as a three-year old child with his parents and two siblings in 1941. they returned to the u.s. four years later when a revolution forced them to flee their country. he grew up in san francisco's richmond district for the next 10 years and moved with his family to other districts as well. he studied poetry at new college of california which is my alma matre as well in san francisco. there his teacher, the passionate artist and activist nina sorono emboldened him to create poetic statements [speaker not understood]. he later took a course in poetry at city college of san francisco. i believe with poetry for the people and many different collectives with michael [speaker not understood] in 1984 and he won a prize in the academy of american poets, city college of san francisco poetry competition as well. he was a member of [speaker not understood], an organization which he traveled to el salvador w
in a fierce battle off the field. >>> a richmond man who made it to the top of the world's highest peak is celebrating another accomplishment today. he scaled mount everest. he took the oath of citizenship in oakland today. >> it was not easy to climb this, one is bigger. to become a great country in the world. >> he hopes to use his climbing background to open a travel business bringing mountain climbers to the him layas and excited to climb mount everest again this, time as a u.s. citizen. >> still ahead relief for expectant mothers suffering from morning sickness. >> first, as if a spelling bee weren't stressful enough, knowledge they'll need in the contest. >> and nothing but blue skies towards the golden gate. i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up. >> live look at traffic. flowing nicely in both directions. back with more in just a it's go going to take more than just spelling to win the scipps spelling bee. >> vo cab back to you larry will be part of the test. >> changes help reenforce students to broaden their knowledge of the english language. >> like it's not hard enoug
, here in richmond high, nearly one person of the senior dz not graduate with their class last year but there is a nonprofit group stepping up to mentor students here to help make going to college a reality for many. jer regardo is a freshman standout in the st. mayor ease college soccer neem a four-year school. something he and his friends never dreamed they could attend. >> we're in the same boat. it's about the money. and that we're scared of going somewhere we won't probably make it. >> he graduated last year from richmond high school. just 71% of the hispanic students joined him in 2012. his younger brother is a freshman there. and both participated a program. college is real is a group of professionals who volunteer as mentors to keep kids on the path towards graduation. >> i as a mentor am just before as kind of a sounding board we have lunch maybe once per month. >> according to state department of education 78.5 prgs of the high school seniors graduated with their class. at richmond high, graduation rates are lower but mendoza proved he can do it with the help of his mother
. a man pulled up and started shooting, killing one and injuring two others. it happened in richmond this morning near the intersection of 28th and virginia streets. kpix5, joe vazquez has more on the attack. >> as a participant of the richmond bill of carpentry program, young was working toward success. >> we knew he was trying to do something with his life. now he ain't got one. >> around 11:00 this morning while taking an agility test for the program, a group of students went for a jog around the 300 block of south 28th. witnesses say a car sundayly stopped. a gunman got out and opened fire at point-blank range. a graduate of the high school, died instantly. gunned downright in front of his father and brother, both of whom are participants of the program. >> we heard the gun shots and the next thing you know, everybody started running back this way after the gun shot happened, i come around the corner and the young man was dead in the street. >> anna wells was among the group of joggers who dove for cover. >> it was devastating, because he was down on the ground and he wasn'
. members of the group ace are demanding that banks reduce mortgage principles. 49% of richmond homeowners with mortgages are underwater. the report finds that richmond saw almost 900 foreclosures last year. >> i hope that the banks really -- they actually got money from the government. i hope that the banks now they actually put that money on the community. where it belongs. >> the foreclosure crisis has cost the city of richmond $260 million in lost home value. >>> a bill passed by the state assembly would give college graduates a break on certain student loans. instead encourage the two sides to work out repayment plans. the bill goes to the state's senate. opponents say private lenders may be less likely to offer student loans if the bill becomes law. >>> in washington, d.c. gun control legislation passed a major procedural hurdle in congress today. allow debate and a vote rejecting a move by the republican leadership to block the bill. the proposal would require background checks for more buyers of firearms. still unclear if there are enough votes for passage. several relatives of the
after a gunman opened fire on the couple in richmond at 1:00 this morning on shane drive. the victims were sitting in a car when someone ran up and shot them. both were airlifted to the hospital and are expected to survive. >> the family or a saratoga high school student who committed suicide after being sexually assaulted is going public with their struggle in an effort to help other children. audrie pot' parents are holding a press conference tomorrow to talk about their daughter. she committed suicide just days after she was attacked during a night of drinking in september and the pictures were posted online. three 16-year-old boys face charges in the case. >>> on the korean mark it's already monday, and that's the day many have speculated north korea will choose to test a missile that may or may not be able to carry a nuclear warhead. the possible launch has had asian on edge for weeks. here's a report from tokyo. reporter: in international marathon, tom nateed headlines in pyongyang today, on the streets, signs marking kim il-sung's 101 first birthday. in tokyo sunday, secretar
for richmond little leagueers. their season will go on despite the theft of a lot of their equipment. several players from the team were treated to lunch at lefty oh odoolle's restaurant. >> richmond little league got their commitment stolen so our foundation for kids, our specialty is supplying kids with baseball equipment. >> the foundation presented the league with a check for $1,500 and that is enough to replace blah was -- what was stolen and ensure a full season. >> that is what we like to hear, especially jackie robinson, number 42. >> and everyone will wear their 42 jerseys including the oakland a's. >> normally that doesn't happen because the jersey is retired across the entire major leagues but just on this day to day. >> the giants do it tomorrow because they don't play today. >> now, what is going on outside, everyone. that happened a couple years ago when they decided to retire his number could completely. live doppler 7 hd shows hue quiet -- how quiet it is. the cooler weather and winds are the big story. all of us are in the mid-to-upper 40's, san francisco, oakland, san jose,
teenagers. brother and sister right outside their richmond home. all signs are pointing to a random attack. don knapp on what police say is even more disturbing. >> family and friends were gathered here last evening when two young men walked up and began firing at fairly close range. richmond's newest spotter captured the sound. those are the real-time sounds of gun shots that mowed down two young people. 19-year-old, mercedes williams. >> these children, i believe they were innocent. they don't bother anybody. >> at this point, it does not appear these two victims were involved in any criminal activity. >> it was just family members and friends standing outside the house talking. while police say the victims were innocent, the killings are gang related. >> this is the type of activity where we see people in certain areas going into other areas and targeting people just because they live in the area. >> police are seeing younger and younger shooters. >> juveniles are more wild. we are seeing a brazen-type shootings and attacks involving juveniles. >> death is permanent. i think som
at that time of the planning association for the richmond put together the first public meeting in '04 and have been working with this ever since. as being on and off the project from time to time and it was a struggle to get an historic architect on the project. neighborhood theatres of this size are the conner stone of commercial neighborhood districts. so you have a special consideration of this project, but there is a couple of things i would like to caution you on. if you were to consider this project as open space, no theatre, just let us say all parking lot or level, the department and the commission would probably require some type of give back to the public in the form of open space. the small triangle that is shown here to me did -- does not meet that concept. it is far too small, the give back is far too small. that's my first comment. the second one is i have always thought and i have no reason to the absolute that this is a project that will be sold after entitlement and my caution to the department of the commission is that watch out for any major changes at that point this is a v
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